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Something Angels Taught Me

In my early teens I started to suffer from debilitating migraines that often left me weak on the right side. My vision and depth perception would be blurry, and I would have difficulty speaking for days.

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Dreams of the Dreamer

Everyone dreams. Whether you remember your dreams or not, you still dream. There are various kinds of dreams. There are the dreams we have when we sleep. They can be happy, scary, or simply weird. There are waking dreams which can feel like a daydream, but they are not. In a waking dream you are aware that you are sleeping but you are also conscious of being in a dreamlike state at the same time. This kind of dreaming is often deeply symbolic and sometimes prophetic.

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The Success in Failure

Fear of failure can be emotionally crippling. Uncertainty can feel like a huge mountain to climb. Maybe you are at that point in your life where you have a dream, but you don’t know how to get the ball rolling. You know you want to be in control of your own future and have the opportunity to choose the how, when and where. Sometimes all you can do is just leap.

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Small Choices or Big Living

Life is all about choices. Some things you have to figure out for yourself but when you are searching for answers there are courses you can take. Sometimes we get to share our lessons learned to enrich someone else’s journey.

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Finding Love In The Middle Of Dark Emptiness

This overwhelming feeling of  emotional fatigue has been a hot topic with clients and friends lately. It very adeptly describes this sense that after everything we have all been through in the last nine months there is little to no room left to breathe, no place to turn to.

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Finding the Joy!

This overwhelming feeling of  emotional fatigue has been a hot topic with clients and friends lately. It very adeptly describes this sense that after everything we have all been through in the last nine months there is little to no room left to breathe, no place to turn to.

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Purple Tulips and a Pandemic

I found myself standing in the grocery store last week staring down at a bucket of purple tulips reduced to half-price. I was in a pensive mood contemplating the impact of what was happening in the world due to the pandemic. The grocery store felt quite surreal with its half-empty shelves and people silently pushing their grocery carts around while rock music played in the background.

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What is your emotional yardstick?

How you live your life is your decision. You create your own emotional yardstick. Don’t let other people’s fear’s hold you back. There is nothing to lose by trying and everything to be gained by living according to your own internal yardstick of success.

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The Art of Saying No

Ironically the word, no, is often the very first word a toddler will learn to say quite eloquently. Most teenagers also love to use the word no with great abandon. Most parents have experienced the subdued wrath of a teenager saying no to the simplest request often with the added dramatics of rolling eyes and dismissive posture. We have all been the toddler and the teenager. Yet when we reach adulthood we seem to forget the power and effectiveness of the word no.

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Mystic Musings

Something Angels Taught Me

Something Angels Taught Me

In my early teens I started to suffer from debilitating migraines that often left me weak on the right side. My vision and depth perception would be blurry, and I would have difficulty speaking for days.

read more
Dreams of the Dreamer

Dreams of the Dreamer

Everyone dreams. Whether you remember your dreams or not, you still dream. There are various kinds of dreams. There are the dreams we have when we sleep. They can be happy, scary, or simply weird. There are waking dreams which can feel like a daydream, but they are not. In a waking dream you are aware that you are sleeping but you are also conscious of being in a dreamlike state at the same time. This kind of dreaming is often deeply symbolic and sometimes prophetic.

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